- A South African woman who had just completed her degree was left heartbroken after her parents said nothing
-@Iam_Chosen95 shared that her parents did not even congratulate her on the amazing achievement
- Supportive South Africans took to her replies section to shower her with the messages she longed for - congratulations
@Iam_Chosen95 recently achieved her degree but did not even get a congratulatory message from her parents. The heartbroken graduate shared the tear-jerking news to Twitter recently and tweeps shared in her pain. She wrote:
"It's my parents not even uttering a word of congratulations to me for completing my degree. Tla ke robale."
The heartwrenching post has already received over 2 000 likes on the social networking site and @Iam_Chosen95 received tons of congratulatory messages from supportive South Africans.
Take a look at her post below:
These are just a few of the lovely responses @Iam_Chosen95 received:
"Mine also never cared. Don't even know I have a degree or what work I do or where do I work or stay. So it's okay. Strength to you sis and congratulations."
"Congratulations on completing your qualification hun, though your parents may not say it, I trust that they are really proud of you."
"Maybe they don't realise what a milestone this is for you. Congratulations."
@chere_da responded with:
"We are here to congratulate you and remind you that what you are going through will benefit many later... You will become the best version of your parents."
"Congratulations from me to you, they have no idea what it took for you to complete that degree, well done."
In other news, YEN.com.gh recently reported on the heartbreak felt across Mzansi as a man shared a touching anniversary post about his late wife. @xhanti_m took to Twitter to celebrate what would have been his 10-year anniversary.
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"Today would have been our 10th year anniversary," he captioned the touching Twitter post.
Soon moved South African Twitter users took to the comment section to sympathise with him. Each of them shared kind words and messages of support and encouragement.